Entries by Paul Davey from 03/2012

The Faces of Occupy: A Man Commonly Known as Dom

| Posted 03.06.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Occupy's St Paul's camp is no more. It was evicted in the early hours of 28 February - and now that it has gone, it's so much easier to see the value to Occupy of the camp and its location.

The Faces of Occupy: Jimmy, Lord of St Paul's

| Posted 03.09.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Jimmy. Photographed on Sunday 26 February just after he'd been into St Paul's Cathedral to show them his documents from the Land Registry. Quite why Jimmy decided to pose shirtless is anyone's guess - I thought he was going to strip naked!

The Faces of Occupy: Mark I

| Posted 03.15.2012 | Huffington Post

When I first started visiting the Occupy London camps at St Paul's and Finsbury Square, what struck me most were the mixed messages. The camps are not short of creative people who come up with dozens of different slogans. But therein lies the problem for me.

The Faces of Occupy: Annie

| Posted 03.19.2012 | Huffington Post

Why should Occupy be different to any other organisation where mixed agendas struggle to get to the top of the pile? There are people who through sheer force of personality will have a stronger voice, a winning argument. Occupy is no different from the real world.

The Faces of Occupy: 'Daddy, He Pushed Me!'

| Posted 03.23.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Occupy is a young movement. I can understand that chaos is to some extent inevitable, that messages are mixed, that among your numbers you have people who like nothing better than to put on a mask or a scarf and have a ding-dong with the cops. But you need to be more coherent, more focused or you'll lose the 98%.

The Faces of Occupy: Andria

| Posted 03.26.2012 | Huffington Post

Occupy London has created an additional rod for its back: its acceptance of numerous rough sleepers and substance abusers in the camps. Like moths to a flame, they have found a place to stay that's better than a shop doorway.